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Baas v. Fewless

To lobby against passage of bill to legalize open-carry, police distribute photos to Florida lawmakers of scary biker gang members who have concealed-carry permits. (The bill fails.) Bikers: Using our drivers’ license photos in that manner violates the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act. Eleventh Circuit: No, there’s an exception for lobbying when done by a gov’t official.


Tags: 2018, Eleventh Circuit, Firearms, Police, Privacy

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